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From Java to C#

From Java to C#

From Java to C#

I have a quick question.  I am currently a Java developer with about 7 years of J2EE experience.  I have been asked to go to a C# .NET environmnet and was wondering if any of you had made the transition from J2EE to .NET and what books you found the most helpful?  I am not on a fast track to learn so I will have the time to work through a good detailed book.

So far in my research I found that C# for Java Developers
by Allen Jones and Adam Freeman is the best

Would you concure?  If not what would you recommend?

Thank You

Jeff Sulman

RE: From Java to C#

You can program in Java in .net.  It is basically a Web Service and that can be done in any language.  You don't need C# to do .net.

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